In the lead up to FIFA 23’s looming launch late next month, EA Sports has been going over some of the improvements and changes it’s making to the game over last year’s entry. Having already spoken about the various on-pitch improvements, upgrades made to matchday presentation, and the refinements made to Career Mode, now, the developer has moved on to the Pro Clubs mode.
The fan-favourite 11v11 mode is seeing plenty of changes this year, the most significant of which its its unification with street football-style mode Volta where its progression and customization options are concerned. Progress will now be shared across both modes, while various other changes are being made, such as additional perks, new skill games, more drop-in matches, and more. Get all the details in the trailer below.
Sadly, FIFA 23’s Pro Clubs will not feature support for cross-platform multiplayer, even though several other areas of the game will. Fans have certainly voiced their disappointment over the same, so hopefully it’s something EA Sports will look to address once the game is out.
FIFA 23 launches on September 30 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Stadia. It’ll also launch for the Switch as another Legacy Edition.